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[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> just hours away from the raven's fourth home game. we'll take a look. the search is on this porning for the man wanted in a shooting in northwest baltimore. and yet another shooting this time in anapsliss has put a man behind bars. >> the ubva lacrosse player remembered. sunday morning starts right now. >> welcome to 11 news sunday morning. >> we'll get to our top stories, but first we'll take a look outside. >> good morning.
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did you enjoy the summer heat, the sunshine and all that? >> mostly. >> it was a little warm. it was in the mid 90s, very unusual for this time of year. now we'll get set back to more normal conditions. well throw some showers as well. if you're going to the ravens game, keep that in mind. there certainly can be a little rain. let's take a look. we can see some rain off to our south in virginia southwest of d.c. moving to the north. so it will take a couple hours to get here. so early in the day i think it will be fine, then the close tore this afternoon, the better the chance for the rain showers. mostly cloudy. you might even get a peak at the sun. then a chance for rain showers later today. the high between 71 and 76. we come back in a few minutes and take a look at the seven-day forecast. >> our big story this morning. the baltimore ravens are playing at home tonight and
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local fans are thrilled. >> a lot of traffic is expected as well. >> soon, tens of thousands of you will pack the stadium to see the ravens play the browns in the home opener. traffic might be difficult but once you get here businesses will be very happy. >> baltimore in general has been for quite a while awaiting this home opener. >> it is not just fan that is can't wait but the baltimore businesses that benefit from the tens of thousands who will flock downtown to see their favorite birds fly at home for the first time this season. >> since we are the closest fine dining location to the playing facility, i am that much more excited. >> more evidence baltimore's economy heavily depends on the ravens. a study estimated that ravens'
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home games in 2006 helped generate roughly $260 million in business sales. >> it brings energy downtown. people come early, go into the restaurants, before the game, after the game. it is a whole new world and everybody is excited. >> but fans have to get there first. traffic is expected to be jammed more than usual thanks to construction. public transportation might be a good option and mta says it's a good time for people to get used to the new charm card, a fear system that works like an easy pass. >> just touch the card and go. and your fair is automatically deducted. >> you can get a charm card at cvs or giant and it's sbrangeable with d.c. metro's smart card. >> and don't forget you can catch the new york jets and
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miami dolphins tonight. the game airs here followed by 11. then we'll have extended coverage. on the northwest side of baltimore the search continues for the man police say shot a man early in the morning in the 35000 block of heyward avenue. a man was shot multiple times in the chest. police in annapolis have arrested a man for another shooting that sent a man to shock trauma. he is charged according to police he shocked the victim at the harbor house complex after 5:po yesterday morning. he is expected to survive there is no word on a possible motive. a run will be held later in honor of yeardly love, the uva
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student who was murdered last may. the school is holding the fund raiser to raise money for a new field in her name. a judge in charlottesville on friday set a preliminary hearing date for george hughly, her former boyfriend who was charged with her murder. in this morning's commitment 2010 report the governor has gained the support of the largest state workers union. at a rally in baltimore earlier this week, the maryland state law fraternal order gave their nod. the add slams the rates which were a major issue during the 2006 election. an issue which early claims to fix however rates increased since then.
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the clip show's o'malley talking about but early says the rate has increased within the last year alone. you can log on to our website wbaltv.com and click on politics. and a programming note for you dr. carla hayden will be our guest later this morning. if you have a question for her you can send it in. e-mail your questions here at sunday questions wbaltv.com. stay with us. there's still much more news ahead including the latest efforts to free more than 30 miners in chile and how a special rescue capsule might be the answer. >> why a private party turned deadly, as we cover the nation. >> a live picture outside. your forecast next.
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>> welcome back. the time 9 minutes after 5:00. things are quiet right now. the relative humidity at 55%. the earlier you step outside,
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the better. by the time we get to later this morning we'll have rain showers but it is dry right now. 67 in rock hall and 6 degrees in rising sun. we should be able toneak in to the low to mid 70s this afternoon. satellite imagery showing the cloud covering thickening up. early this morning after sunrise you'll probably get a few peaks of sun it will be a cloudy day. we can see rain coming up in virginia. a lot of this leading edge of precipitation is not hitting the ground just yet. the air is pretty dry. so i think we'll get through a bulk of the morning ok. but if you're going to the game this afternoon, you might run into a couple of rain showers. it's not going to be heavy rain but still some rain showers later today. all this being triggered by a stalled front to the south. we've got warm air riding up over the top of this front and there's some cool air trying to
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work its way in and those two things combined usually produce some rain showers. that will be the case today. so mostly cloudy skies, the chance for a few rain showers later this morning and this afternoon. the high temperatures between 71 and 76. if you're going to the game, we'll say a chance for rain showers. i don't think it's going to be raining the whole game but certainly some rain is possible at one point or another so plan on that. the temperature about 72 degrees downtown at 1:00. overnight tonight, mostly cloudy. a chance for a few rain showers again. sunset this evening at 6:57. during the day tomorrow, an area of low pressure is going to develop and try to pull it back to the north. i don't think we'll make it into the warm air again. we'll be stuck in the 70s but that warm air riding over the top will give us a good chance for some rain during the day on monday. there could be a few
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thunderstorms in there monday or tuesday, but we'll take the chance to rain up to 50 or 60%. the beginning will be wet. not necessarily bad news. wednesday looks like a nice day after that system passes there will be another front coming through on thursday and that will usher in some chilly air. >> covering the nation this morning, authorities in washington are investigating the police shooting of a pregnant woman. they came across the woman who was nine months pregnant. she tried to escape through a bedroom window. so one officer fired a shot. the woman went into labor, but doctors were trying to delay the birth so they could first treat her wounds. the officer has been placed on administrative leave pending investigation.
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a 19-year-old sophomore is dead and four other college students injured after a shooting at a private party. >> police in new jersey are still looking for a suspect. the man who witnesses say was denied entry into the party, left and returned with a gun. >> grief was everywhere when news spread that 19-year-old sophomore jessica moore had died. >> like my sister, i called her my sister, telled her i love her every day. >> the shooting happened just after midnight. >> it was a packed party, college kids trying to have a good time. >> he said a man tried to crash a party, hustled out the door and one student heard someone say the man saying get me the banger. >> the guy came back with the gun, started shooting. it was so packed in a little
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place. >> four others suffered injuries, two of them students at seaton hall, another a student in newark. she was an honor student, biology major and more, according to university president who met with her parents as she lay dying. >> i do know she was a basketball fan. she really enjoyed. she [inaudible] >> after a nighttime prayer vigil, this description by one student. >> it was very powerful. you could hear people sobbing in the background. the emotion in the room. >> lots of crying. >> and from police earlier. >> this is an investigation that will be continuing around the clock. we will devote all resources to it. we will leave no stone unturned until the individuals involved in this are brought to justice. >> one thing the university
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made clear, it has no authority to regulate offcampus parties. threat letters continue to get home an earal tour of the region shows the extent. businesses along the river in north field were flooded and bridges were closed until they could be inspected. at a near by school the goal posts could be seen sticking out of the water. the governor has declared a state of emergency in 34 counties. covering the world this morning, the first of three rescue cap sules built arrived yesterday. the cap sules big enough to hold one person in a time is ten feet tall but the inside measures only six feet high and 21 inches across across. it hold three tanks of compressed air.
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two backup rescue devices should arrive next week. meanwhile three drills known as plans a, b, and c continue to work to open up the hole wide enough to accommodate the capsule. the men have been stuck in the mine since august 5. they are expected to be rescued sometime in early november. a swedish swat team detained a man after a bomb threat. police evacuated all people on board the boeing 777 which was on its way to pakistan from canada. the man was a canadian citizen of pakistani origin. no explosives were found on him and police say they let the man go after questioning. health care for all is the great concept, and one local clinic is expanding. >> some experts are saying yes. find out the results of the shocking news study. >> and sickle cell anemia is a common problem for many african
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>> in this morning's medical alert, a possible link between a common virus and childhood obesity. the virus affects stem cells in the body turning them into fat. a study found 15% have the virus and the majority of those kids were oh bees. within the kids of obese kids, those with ad 36 infection weighed an average of 35 pounds or more than kids without the infection. meanwhile up to 80,000 americans in suffer from sickle cell anemia. the red cross started a program to encourage more african
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americans to help donate blood. >> sammy is your average 11-year-old but there's one thing that separates her from her peers. at birth, sami was diagnosed with sickle cell disease. >> it's tough as a mom to know that anything could happen at any time for her. >> sickle cell disease distorts the shape of blood cells and cause as multitude of problems. sami had a stroke at age eight. she has had her spleen removed. >> there's pain. it just flares up. it hurts really badly. >> the only treatment to prevent these symptoms is a blood transfusion. sami gets them every four weeks, so the cohen family is acutely aware of the need for blood. they are happy the red cross has started the blue tag program. almost all of those affected by the disease are african
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american. >> it's critically important that the blood be the closest match possible for you and like anything else your hair color, your eye color, your height, et cetera, blood is a genetic factor and you're most likely to find a close match among people of the same ethnic group. >> it will be marked with a blue tage and if it can't be used for a sickle cell patient it will go back into the normal inventory. >> all it takes is a blood donation. the cohen family and others who depend on it are asking for your help. >> donate as much as you can. and if you can't donate, find somebody else to donate in your place. >> it's hard. because every day when i wake up and look at her, she deserves a fighting chance. to know that she is the possibility that she will not have blood is devastating.
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>> to find a blood donation site near you or for more information, you can log on to our website and click on medical alert. migraine sufferers aven turn to strong medication for pain relief, but something much more common might work better. researchers say aspirin given in an iv drip might help better. a treatment already used in europe. a study focused on a group of patients who suffer from chronic headaches. doctors say medications delivered via iv are absorbed faster than the pills. a baltimore health clinic that served the community for the last four decades has now expanded. the people's community health center is still in the row house founded by a group of activists in 1970 as a free clinic. while it's no longer free it
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still continues its mission to people who need it. >> we provide to people who don't have insurance or who are under insured they can't get the care they deserve. so that's the satisfaction that i get is being able to provide the care that patients otherwise wouldn't be able to get. >> the health care center is now celebrating people's week. you can read more on our website wbaltv.com, click on medical alert. still ahead, one florida team gets kicked out of school for having a controversial tattoo. first, eventing going on downtown this weekend.
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>> there's controversy swirling at a florida high school all over a tattoo. the lee county teenager is fighting back after the high school kicked her out because they say it's gang related. >> they're kicking me out of school. >> jessica is a 19-year-old senior. >> it hurts. >> or at least she was until last week. that's when the assistant principal suspended her for ten days. she has to finish school at an alternative learning center. the problem is an tattoo.
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she says she got it last year as a tribute to her twin sisters. school administrators say it's gang related. >> vumb in a gang? >> no. they didn't say anything about it last year. >> officials aren't commenting citing student priesy. it in the school of conduct it says gang tattoos are not allowed. >> we put in calls to the principal and they were not returned. jessica would have graduated last year had it not been for multiple surgeries. now she just wants to go back to school. >> i'm going to miss my senior stuff. home coming is scoming up. the football games. >> she hopes the district will hear her appeal so she can walk at graduation and one day be able to join the national
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guard. the only gang she says she has ever been interested in. >> it is 5:27. stay with us. there's much more news ahead. coming up, a look at our top stories. >> including a judge who has now set a hearing date for the alleged killer of the uva lacrosse player. efforts going on today to remember her. we'll tell you how you can get we'll tell you how you can get involved. bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side.
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es tax on everything you buy? that's in andy harris' unfair tax plan. 23% sales tax. a 23% sales tax will cut my business in half. would be devastating. andy harris' 23% sales tax absolutely makes no sense. 23% sales tax would really make things unaffordable. that's too high for the average american out here. i don't know how we would manage it really. don't like that idea. we can't afford andy harris' idea. i'm frank kratovil
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>> welcome back to 11 news sunday morning. our top stories in a moment. first, a look outside with tony. yesterday's heat, history. >> i think so. summer's last stand perhaps. with temperatures in the 90s and sunshine. a little cloud cover in the picture and drop the temperatures in the 70, because that's where it's supposed to be. and there's a chance for rain as well. not bad news. we've been a bit behind. we can see some rain off to our southwest. just to the west of d.c. at this time. a lot is not hitting the ground just yet, but it is moving to the northeast. it's he hadding up towards baltimore. so some light rain is possible later this morning and this afternoon. so our forecast, becoming
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mostly cloudy with a chance of rain showers. doesn't look like heavy rain. high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. we'll take a look at the seven-day forecast. now, to the news desk. >> a look ahead at some of our top stories this morning. on the northwest side of baltimore, the search continues for the man police say shot a man several times in the chest. police say shots were heard shortly before 5:00 in the 3500 block of hayward aver new. the man was rushed to the hospital and at last check he was in critical condition. no word on a possible motive. police have arrested 40-year-old charles wallace junior for a shooting that sent a man to shock trauma. he is charged with attempted murder, assault and hand gun violations. he shot the man at the harbor house complex. he was rushed to shock trauma and is expected to survive. no word on a possible motive.
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a 5-k run will be held later today in honor of yeardley love who was honored lat may. a graduate, the school was holding the fund raiser to raise money for a new field in her name. a judge set a hearing date for her former boyfriend charged with her murder. in this report, governor martin o'malley gets an endorsement michael bloomberg. and the governor is filling the airways with ads claiming bob early raised taxes and fees as governor. >> in one of the governor's latest tv ads, the o'malley
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campaign engages in semantics. ox ford considers a fee for service. paying taxes is not a choice. but in annapolis where budgets are partially balanced through fund transfers, taxes and fee ks become interchangeable. keeping their vehicles on the street, or using the public suer system and septic tank. >> it's in between, so a lot of these things that are being discussed have some elements of a tax, some elements of a fee, and people can genuinely argue which word best applies. >> it's a shame. >> it's a tax. it's a tax. >> the same ad says erlich raised property taxes by 58%. this is true. in 2003 erlich raised the property tax from 8.4 to 13.2%. the increase lasted three years. erlich, as a board of public works reduced the property tax
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rate. the newest o'malley ad continues the theme of taxes and fees. >> i thought i knew bob erlich but then i found out -- >> he raised property taxes. >> the graphic stating he raised $3 billion in taxes and fees is true. but the statement it happened to every maryland family and business is not. because not everyone is a land owner. >> he increased college tuition by 40%. >> this is true. but trusion rates is bet -- tuition rates is set by the university system. >> made 2.5 million dollars working for lobbying firms. >> the $2.5 is the combined income. the largest comes from the firm where he worked since 2006. and they host add radio show.
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they advertise itself as a full service law practice. erlich is not a registered lobbyist. he has declined to release his client list. >> and stay with us. there's still much more news ahead including a study showing the disadvantages of spots. >> learning about the environment is a crucial part of life now in maryland schools and they are making it a and they are making it a requirement to graduate.
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with over 500,000 fibers and lock it away to clean better than a feather duster. swiffer's built smarter to clean better. ♪ she blinded me with science >> welcome back. good morning, everyone. things pretty quiet right now starting out this sunday morning. 68 degrees at the airport. 70 downtown. we have a northeast wind at 9
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miles per hour. i think most of the morning is just fine. the further into the day the better the chance for rain showers catching up to us. temperatures generally in the 60s but a couple 50s showing up in the northwest suburbs. 67 degrees in rock hall and 63 up in rising sun in cecil county. we should be able to sneak into the low 70s this afternoon. clouds thickening up over the last couple hours. you might see a little sunshine early in the day but then i think it will turn mostly cloudy. and the rain is starting to catch up as well. you see some rain showers coming up in virginia. this looks more ominous than it is. the precipitation is not hitting the ground, the air is dry. but i think some of that rain will move into the area later. the forecast, mostly cloudy. sun rise at 6:58. if you're going to the game today, plan on a couple of rain
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showers. i don't think it's going to be raining the whole day but there could be showers. 72 degrees at 1:00 this and northeast winds. then a chance for rain in the forecast, mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 50s and low 6 os. during the day tomorrow, quear of low pressure through the west and a warm front stretching across the mid-atlantic. so with that in the neighborhood, we keep a chance for rain on monday. probably a better chance tomorrow than today. and then that warm sector will come up on tuesday, jump the temperatures. but we'll have to keep the rain in the pictures as well. low to mid 70s on monday and tuesday. showers on monday, maybe a thunderstorm on tuesday. wednesday looks nice. expect a high temperature near 76. another cold front on thursday. that should not the temperatures back perhaps into the upper 60s for highs on saturdays.
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>> in this morning's education alert, maryland has become the first state in the nation to require students to learn about the environment as part of their regular studies. there's still a chance students will have to pass the course to graduate. >> today we're going to do -- >> lessons on the environment are very much a part of the daily teaching schedule at baltimore county's western school of technology and environmental science. the state board of education would like to see more students become environmentally lit rat. the issue now is how states will bring it on board. >> environmental education is threaded through our curriculum. and this would not represent the requirements that each system develops a new course. >> the chesapeake bay foundation has been a driving force in helping the state help students learn more about the
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environment. by way of this new proposal. >> you'll see kids with instruction embedded into the curriculum so it's part of the reading and math and science and social studies that's already there but you'll also see these kids in increasing numbers go outside into the school yard, into the communities, into the basen and creeks and learn about the world around them. >> while the state board supports, it stops short for now enforcing students to take and pass environmental courses to graduate. >> it seems to me we are communicating that there is a new requirement on students when in fact what's been said in meetings is that this is a requirement on schools. >> so i think if we're going to leave it up to the schools and the systems to do something i think is very, very important, i think we need to make sure that the program, that is that there's equity across the
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systems. >> the state board agreed to gockgo back to the drawing board at least on the graduation issue. >> we have more work to do on the second step. >> to spell out what students can expect about learning about the environment. >> the what the flap of the birds' wings revealed in one country. if you thought keeping your social security number under lock and key again, think again. what identity theeves are doing to get ahold of your information. >> but first a look at your winning numbers.
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>> most people assume that keeping your personal information in your house with the doors locked and personal security system activated is enough to keep the thieves away. but how the come in without you even knowing. >> he checks for occupants, then the front door. it's locked. around back to an attached garage, jim finds an open window. but for sport. >> the locks are ridiculously basic. >> he decides to pick the garage door lock. which takes about 10 seconds.
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disabling the home's expensive alarm system takes a little longer. one minute. and now he's inside. not to rip off electronics or jewelry but something far more valuable. your identity. >> if i can steal your social security number, your name, account number, those types of things, they're worth hundreds of thousands more than the tv could ever be worth. >> so is this house fairly typical? >> very typical. >> actually works for trace security teaching people how to protect themselves by exposing their vulnerability. this home's owner, single mother julie mills graciously allowed us to test her security though we asked her to remain in another part of the house so we could ask her to see if we could detect the intrusion, which begins in the kitchen where many people drop their bills and belongings. >> all the information that you would use if you are filling out a credit card application.
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>> next, jen searches and finds julie's home office, the mother lode, uncovering bank account numbers, morning documents and, best of all for a bad guy, her birth certificate and original social security card. so i mean, my god, i couldn't ask for anything more. >> but in case he changes his mind, jim hacks julie's computer which not only reveals the computer's pass word but can secretly record everything julie sees and types on the screen sending it over the internet to the bad guys. >> you can open up accounts, bank accounts, credit cards, home loans. and that's worth millions of dollars off just one victim. >> and because a talented thief will record the information but not physically take anything, julie learned after we asked her to inspect her home, it's virtually impossible to detect a crime happen. >> anything out of place?
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>> no. everything loobs just the way i left it. >> so imagine her surprise o when we reveal how quickly jim broke in and stole her confidential information. >> he found your social security number, other personal information and cracked your pass word. >> oh, my gosh. that's frightening. >> that was mark reporting. julie did change all of her pass words. and experts say your best advice is to protect your social security number and lock your door, i guess. >> all right. well, one has carried another computer memory chip quicker, a race to highlight world problems within the uk. they used pidgeance to carry a
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video chip at the same time they tried uploading it to you tube. the pigeon beat the upload. >> so this is called the 300 meg video on it. >> it tells me it's not a very good broad band condition and i suspect it probably will never make it. >> the activist will say more businesses conducted over the internet and it puts rural areas at a disadvantage when internet service is so slow. they call rural areas not spots as opposed to hot spots. >> coming up, we'll have a sports update as the ravens prepare to take the field against the browns. >> and a story of survival as a man tee once in danger of dying has now been released back to the wild. >> pete gilbert coming up with sports. we'll take a look at the ravens we'll take a look at the ravens and browns.
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>> happy game day to you. no doubt it couldn't have come fast enough. early in the week it was hard to get passed the fact that the ravens lost but by today most of that forgotten. everyone excited because finally a game at home and it's the cleveland browns coming to town. when you look at ray rice, the guy who was going to be much more involved than he was a week ago. he carried the ball very well. this one a 30-yard run. that will change a good bit later today and that will help provide the balance this offense needs so joe doesn't have to worry about throwing the ball so much and the ravens can walk away with a win. >> everybody thought we were going to be a team where now we've got the sever's, we'll be able to throw the bawl over the top bsh -- ball. over the top. we ran the ball really well.
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we struggled in the past. we have to find our comfort zone and our offense. >> the comfort zone should involve getting the ball to number 27, ray rice, a whole heap of time. get it to 86, too. coming up tonight jerry and i live from the stadium will take a look and then sunday night football ravens wrapup. it's going to be fun. it's game day. enjoy it. >> buy ologists are reporting a success story from florida after a mana tee and her calf were released back into the wild. it was a tough challenge in southwest florida but they carried the 1100 pound mana tee back to the water after more than a year of rehabilitation. she was injured last year after being struck by a boat. she discovered she had broken ribs and a punctured lung. she also had a 500 pound calf
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that would not leave her side. wednesday, both went swimming back toward the gulf of mexico near where they were found. more than a year ago. a 500 pound caffle. >> amazing. i'm glad i didn't have to have that. >> could you imagine to get injured like that. >> could you imagine having a 500 pound caffle. >> no. -- calf. >> no. >> here's a look ahead to our next hour of 11 news sunday morning. >> police shot a woman on the verge of going into labor. that story straight ahead. >> and a dangerous flooding situation in minnesota is threatening homes and businesses. see why the governor has declared a state of emergency. >> and after sunshine and summer heat we have a little rain and cooler temps in the forecast. stay with us.
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>> police in baltimore city states attorney was one of the most hotly contested and expensive races ever.
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bernstein defeated the incumbent. the first woman state's attorney has spent 15 years to engage and educate the community on criminal justice issues while serving as prosecutor. her efforts to prosecute crime as well as treatment and prevention have impacted our city and our state. now, bernstein has promised to take personal responsibility for reducing crime and prosecuting violent criminals. he vows increased conviction rates, tagget repeat offenders. those are all lofty goals in a city where violent crime has been in the city for decades. he cannot do it alone. a fresh start with a new prosecutor is also an opportunity for all entities of the criminal justice system to join forces, share resources and work together. as bernstein implements his vision it will not only take the prosecutor's office, but the police, legislators and all officers with the unified goal of making baltimore a safer city for all.
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while he has unofficially won the job, and all the challenges the job, and all the challenges that come with it h four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer
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funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do. bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side.
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[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] welcome to 11 news. >> we'll get to our top stories but first a look outside. it's game day. >> i think there could be a little rain this afternoon. not like a washout kind of situation, but if you're going to the game i'd plan on that. not like the last couple days where it was sunny and hot. at least it will feel like football. let's take a look at the doppler. we can already see a little rain off to our west. it's a little deceiving. not all is hitting the ground but you can see that it is gathering. most of that is moving to the
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northeast. you can see what i'm talking about. it's heading up the 95 corridor towards baltimore. so our forecast for today, mostly cloudy with a chance for rain showers. the high temperatures between 71 and 76. we'll take a look at the seven day forecast. but for now over to the news desk. >> our big story this morning, the baltimore ravens are playing at home and local fans and businesses are thrilled. >> a ton of traffic is expected, and george has more on game day. >> soon, tens of thousands of you will pack the stadium to see the ravens play the browns in the home opener. traffic might be difficult but once you get here businesses will be very happy. >> baltimore in general has been for quite a while awaiting this home opener. >> not just fans that can't wait but the baltimore businesses that benefit from the tens of thousand whose will flock downtown to see their favorite birds fly high at home
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for the first time this season. restaurants like morton steakhouse look to the home opener to get some real meat on the bones of their profit. >> since we are the closest fine dining to the stadium, we are that much more excited. >> a study by sage policy group estimated ravens home games in 2006 helped generate roughly $260 million in business sales statewide. >> it brings energy downtown, people go early, go into the restaurants, they go after the game. it's a whole new world and everybody is excited. >> but fans have to get there first. traffic is expected to be jammed more than usual thanks to construction and lane closures on downtown arteries like pratt street. public transportation might be a good option and mta says it's a good time to get used to the new charm card that works kind
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of like an easy pass. >> no need to worry about paper tickets. just touch the card and go and your fare is automatically deducted. >> you can get a charm card at cvs or giant and it's interchangeable with d.c. metro's smart card. >> don't forget, you can catch the new york jets and the miami dolphins tonight during sunday night football. the game airs here followed by 11 news and then jerry, pete, and cared will have extended ravens coverage. on the northwest side of baltimore the search continues for a gunman involved in a saturday morning shooting. shots were heard shortly before 5:00 in the 3500 block of hayward avenue. a man was shot several times in the chest. there's no word on a possible motive. and police in annapolis have arrested 40-year-old charles
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wallace junior for a shot that sent a man to shock trauma. according to police, wallace shot the victim at the complex just after 5:30 yesterday morning. he was rushed to shock trauma and is expected to survive. there is no motive yet in that case. a 5-k run will be held later today in honor of yeardley love, a graduate of notor dam prep, the school is holding the fund raiser to build a field in her name. a judge on friday set a january preliminary hearing date for her former boyfriend charged with her murder. in this morning's commitment 2010 report governor martin o'malley has gained the support of the largest state government workers union. they announced their
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endorsement at a rally on baltimore. and here's a look at the latest television ads. the ad plans to be a major issue, an issue that erlich claims o'malley promised to fix. however, rates increased 72%. the ad shows a clip of o'malley talking about a better economy, but erlich says the unemployment rate has increased within the last year alone. you can learn more about the candidates and their claims log on our website and click on politics. dr. carla hayden, will be our guest later this morning on 11 news. if you have a question, e-mail your questions to sunday questions at wbaltv.com. it is 6:05. stay with us.
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there is still much more ahead including a university shooting in new jersey and authorities searching for a suspect. >> and a plane forced to land in sweden following a bomb threat. >> first, a live picture outside.
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>> welcome back. good morning, everyone. the time, 9 minutes after 6:00. temperatures 67 at the airport. 68 downtown at the maryland science center. we do have a little rain to talk about today. quite a change from the weather the last couple days where we had sunshine and temperatures in the 90s and it felt like summer. now the clouds are starting to move in and it's going to cool off a bit. around the pennsylvania line we're seeing some 50s up there. 61 in frederick and 70 degrees in annapolis. always a little warmer near the water. the temperature should be able to sneak into the low 70s this afternoon. clouds thickening up the last couple hours and we can see some rain. a little deceiving this picture here. the air is pretty dry so a lot
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isn't hitting the ground but you can see the rain racing up out of virginia and heading up towards baltimore up the i-95 corridor there. so the further into the morning, the better the chance we'll see rain showers begin to develop. keep that in mind as you're making your plans today. mostly cloudy with a chance for rain showers. high temperatures low to mid 70s. sun rise just before 7:00. specifically if you're going to the game this afternoon around 1:00 there will be a chance for some rain. i don't think it will an entire washout but the high temperatures low to mid 70s. north-northeast winds at 10 miles per hour. tonight, cloudy skies, a chance for rain in the forecast. low temperatures between 57 and 63 degrees. during the day tomorrow, an area of low pressure will come up through the ohio valley and a warm front cutting through. we'll increase the chance for rain. i think there's a better chance
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tomorrow than today. and it's going to keep temperatures on the cool side with the northeast wind. we'll be in the low 70s and then it should warm up on tuesday. so the seven hi die forecast backs up like this. 50, 60% chance of rain. could be a thunderstorm on tuesday, the high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. and then everything will sweep up the coast and wednesday looks nice. another front is going to come through on thursday with the chance for a few showers and that will knock the temperatures back into the upper 60s by the beginning of next weekend with overnight low temperatures dropping back into the 40's. >> authorities in washington are investigating a police connected shooting of a pregnant woman during a raid at the apartment complex they came across the woman who was nine months pregnant. they say the woman tried to escape out of a bedroom window so one officer fired a shot at the woman. she was taken to the local hospital. family members say the woman
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went into labor following the shooting but doctors were trying to delay the birth so they could first treat the woman for her injuries. the officer has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation. a 19-year-old seaton hall university sophomore is dead and four other college students injured after a shooting at a private party off campus. >> police in new jersey are still looking for the gunman. a man who witnesses say was denied entry into a party and left and came back and opened fire. >> grief was everywhere when news spread that 19-year-old sophomore jessica moore had died. >> [inaudible] like my sister. i called her my sister. >> police say the shooting happened just after midnight. >> it was dark, it was a packed party. just a bunch of college kids trying to have a good time. >> he said a man tryed to cash
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a party, and the newspaper quoted one student heard the man tell another man to quote give me the banger. >> and everybody scrambled to get out of there. it was so packed. >> four others suffered less serious injuries, two students at seaton hall. moore, whose mother lives in virginia but grew up in virginia, tennessee was an honor student, and more, according to the -- >> i do know she was -- i know she really enjoyed basketball. she had. >> after a nighttime prayer vigil attended by hundreds, this description by one student. >> it was very powerful. you could hear people sobbing
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in the background. >> lots of crying. >> from police earlier. >> this is an investigation that will be continuing around the clock. we will devote all resources to it. we will leave no stone unturned until the individuals are brought to justice. >> one thing the university has made clear, it has no authority to regulate those off campus parties. meanwhile throod waters continue to threaten homes and businesses in southern minnesota. they got hit with six to 10 inches of rain. the airline shows the damage. bridges have been closed until they can be inspected for structural damage. the goal posts could be seen sticking out of the water. the number of homes were flooded. the governor has declared a state of emergency in 34 counties. >> actress lindsey lohan has posted bail and is out of jail. lohan is now at home after being released late friday
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night. she was driven out of the jail by a black suv after posting a $300,000 bail. she will be required to wear an ankle alcohol monitor until her next court date on october 22. it was quite an adventure for the troubled actress. >> covering the world. the first of three rescue cap sules built to rescue 33 miners in chile yesterday. the capsule is big enough to hold one person at a time. inside, it measures only six feet by 21 inches across. the bottom holds three tanks of compressed air, which is enough for 90 minutes of breathing. two should arrive next week. meantime three drills continue to work to open up a hole wide enough to accommodate the capsule. 33 men have been stuck in the mine since august 5.
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they are expected to be rescued sometime in early november. a swedish swat team detained a man on the a passenger plane diverted to sweden after a bomb threat. police evacuated all people on board the boeing 777 on its way to pakistan. the man was a canadian citizen of pakistani origin. no explosives were found and police let him go after quiing. >> the transportation authority in beiging is trying to cope with massive traffic problems and they want to know how los angeles deals with its traffic woes. los angeles believes it can benefit from the deal by learning more about beiging's world transit system. l.a. is turning to transit systems to meet the demands of its 10 million residents. >> coming up, a look at this week on wall street as we bring you the weekend bloomberg business report.
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>> in this morning's consumer alert a new security feature by google is taking your e-mail account to a whole new level of lock and key. google mail will ask you to enter a code after entering your password, then sent to a device notifying the user that someone is logging in. the feature is currently only for companies government agencies or schools that use google e-mail. but you can choose to add the new security feature in the next few months. if you love to post or keep your status up to date on facebook be ware of what you're
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saying. according to kip linger.com letting people know you're out of town could send an offer to would be burglars. it should be know that posting you and your child of birth and mother's maiden name could pose a security alert. eliminate not only those but fix your security to who sees what. you'd better brace yourselves. tral experts say there will be plenty of peak travel days between thanks giving and new years and higher air fares contributing to the increase cost, including a peak travel day fee, experts suggest you book earlier than normalics look for the airline's peak travel and avoid booking on those days. they also suggest avoid flying on the holiday. >> thanksgiving day is one of the lightest airline traffic
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days. christmas day is as well. >> early october is the latest you're likely to find bargain fears to fly around the holidays. time for a look back ahead at the week on wall street. courtney has the weekend bloomberg business report. >> this week we'll see if stocks can keep up the momentum from friday's warg rally thanks to a big increase for capital equipment. orders for durable goods rebounding, like refrigerators and washing machines. if you factor out the airplane portion of the measure business investment isn't slowing down as much as people feared. also, best buy getting ready for the holidays. the world's largest consumer will begin selling apple's i pad in all of the stores to boost holiday sales. hewlett-packard shaking up the market basically giving away
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its new tablet for free. the catch is it comes packaged with its e station which serves as a printer, fax, and scanner. it's unique and helps make it look like a bargain. and finally, a change in hiring and recruiting practices at some of the top technology companies. a lot are hiring workers away from each other to bring in top employees from competes films. that sparked an antitrust suit. apple and google negotiating agreement to end practices that limit hiring of each other's employees. and that's business. >> a new law just about to launch is making it safer for cyclists on the road. we'll tell you about the new three-foot rule. first events going on around first events going on around town this weekend. - ( music playing ) - we know technology can make you more connected.
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the family construction business. his wife and daughters with his life. but riding was also a great love. so when tammy and their daughters came home one afternoon last spring, they weren't surprised to see larry heading out with his bike. >> on april 6, larry went out for a ride. it was a perfect day for riding and it was out in a place where people always ride. >> but an hour later tammy would get the worst call of her life. larry had been hit by a car along butler road. >> and i get there and i see the car with the bike on the front. it was twisted and mangled. and i just knew it was bad. >> larry was killed instantly and in an instant everything changed for tammy and her girls. >> impossible, unimaginable, difficult. very difficult. >> nearly six months later, tammy and larry's friends are frying to raise awareness of bike safety. >> this saturday, september 25
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we're going to do larry's ride. and it starts from spring meadow farm in ham sted. it's going to be, there's three rides, 42 miles, 20 miles, ten miles. so this is the back of the t shirt for the ride. >> the t shirt shows the universal sign requires a three-foot buffer between all cars and cyclists. it's something that tammy hopes everyone will remember. >> there's a life on that bike. and if you don't take the time to slow down, the same thing could happen again. >> the first bike ride starts saturday morning at 9:00 and there will be plenty to do for kids, including face painting and pony rides. >> time now is 6:27. stay with us. there's still much more news ahead. coming up our top stories. >> including the trial date for the alleged killer of the uva lacrosse player. >> and if you've seen some cops
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on the roof tops, it's for a good cause. we'll explain when 11 news continues.
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>> welcome back to 11 news sunday morning. thanks for waking up with us today. first, let's take a look
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outside with tony. it's getting cooler out there. >> a little change for us from the sunshine and u.s. heat that we had the -- summertime heat we had. we'll throw a little rain in but that's not necessarily bad news because we could certainly use some precipitation. we could see some light rain starting to develop here. light rain in montgomery county right now and just west of d.c. i'll set this into motion. you can see the direction into the northeast. so that will keep riding up the i-95 corridor and eventually some rain showers will catch up with us in baltimore. the chance for a few rain showers. mostly cloudy otherwise with high temperatures in the low to mid 7 os. we'll come back and check the seven-day forecast. >> here's a look at some of our top stories this morning. on the northwest side the search continues for a gunman involved in is a shooting. police say shots were heard shortly before 5:00 in the 3500
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block of hayward avenue. the man was rushed to the hospital. last check he was in critical condition. police have arrested charles wallace junior for a shooting that sent a 34-year-old man to shock trauma. wallace is charged with attempted first degree murder. wallace shot the man at the complex just after 5:30. he was rushed to shock trauma expected to survive. no word on a possible motive in that case. a 5-k run will be held in honor of yeardley love who was murdered last may. the school is holding the fund raiser to raise money for a new field in love's name. a judge on friday set a january preliminary hearing date for love's former boyfriend who is charged with her murder. most say it's not too unusual to see a police officer at the
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do nut shop. >> law enforcement in certain parts of the state are taking part in cops on a rooftop to raise money for special olympics. >> at the duncan do nuts along route 140 and west minister, two of carol county's top law enforcement office rers capitalizing on the old cliche with cops on roof tops. >> the obvious place to sit on roof tops is a duncan do nuts. they've been a great partner with us. >> chief with the west minister police department and the lieutenant with the department have been camped here since 6:00 a.m. saturday. the guys are spending their weekend raising money for the special olympics. this is one of four cops on roof tops locations. they have plenty of water, unlimited supplies of, you know, and of course their scanners to monitor operations.
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the chief and the lieutenant have vowed to stay here until they raise $5,000. and so far they're doing pretty good. >> thank you very much. >> you're welcome. >> appreciate that. thank you. >> we've seen a lot of nice people. they come up and do nate money. a lot of good conversations. we had a moon bounce and rock climbing wall earlier and the kids had fun with that. motorcycle demen stration and special athletes were here. >> and it's for the ootsleets that -- another threets that they're up on the roof. long dedicated to serving the community and helping others. >> grass roots efforts as part of an international effort to raise money. they last year we raised $36,000 and we here in maryland raised 3.6 million. the >> the guys are hoping to raise the money by noon sunday so
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they can watch the ravens game. so come make a pledge all for a good cause. >> never know where you're going to find her. >> never know where she is going to pop up. >> stay with us. still much more news ahead. >> including the story of one virginia teenager attacked by a shark not once by twice. what may have triggered that
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>> welcome back. the time is 6:36. if you see a little cloud cover, the sun is about to come up in 15 or 20 minutes. 67 degrees the top of the hour, 68 downtown. and the relative humidity at 57%. we'll see a little change from the weather over the last
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couple days where we had sunshine and summertime heat with temperatures around 90 degrees. the clouds are starting to roll in. it's certainly going to be much cooler. temperatures upper 50s. 59 in parkton, 58. a little warmer near the water. satellite imagery picking up the cloud cover streaming in. so we might get a few peaks of sun this morning but generally a cloudy day on tap for us. i think the rain showers will catch up. if it's not raining at your house, which it probably isn't, later this morning and this afternoon you'll probably see a touch of light rain. this image is a little deceiving. a lot of this isn't hitting the ground because the air is so dry, it's going to take a while for the stir to saturate but it will travel up the i-95 corridor. if you're going to the ranse game you might deal with a little light rain during the
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game. i doubt if it will be a complete washout but that is a possibility. mostly cloudy is what we're going to call it for today, a chance for rain showers off and on. northeast winds at 10:00, temperatures between 71 and 76 this afternoon. sunrise coming up two minutes before 7 7:00. if you're going to ravens game the temperatures should be around 71 duent at that time and there will be a chance for rain. i don't think it's going to be raining the whole game but at one point or another we'll see a chance for showers through the game. mostly cloudy through tonight. low temperatures in the upper 50s, low 60s. now, during the day tomorrow we're going to see an area of low pressure develop off to our west through the hoil ohio valley. and i think we'll wind up with east-northeast winds, so that will keep temperatures cool,
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probably a better chance for rain tomorrow and we'll get into the quote/unquote warm sector on tuesday and the temperatureless jump up. then we'll keep a chance for rain in the picture. could even be a thunderstorm on tuesday. showers likely to start the workweek on monday with a high near 72. chance for a shower or thunderstorm on tuesday. wednesday looks like a nice day. sunshine up to 76. a little front on thursday. and that should knock the temperatures back into the upper 60s by the time we hit next weekend with overnight lows in the 40's. >> a virginia beach teenager is recovering from a rare run-in with a shack bitten while surfing. >> now officials are trying to figure out what type of shark attacked him not one by twice. >> it was a day at the beach. three friends won't soon forget. >> look at the teeth imprints. >> i thought it would never
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happen. when we first got there it did not even cross my mind. we could be in danger. >> yesterday, caleb and his buddies were hanging out. >> down at a place called porters eye land. we go -- island a lot. >> they were standing near their board when they felt something in the water brush up against them. >> he said there's something out there with us and i couldn't finish my sentence before i felt it grab my ankle. >> he was covered in blood. >> i immediately jumped on my board to get myself out of the water. i felt a sharp pain in my knee. and then after that it let go. just a quick bite and release. >> with help, he was able to get back to the beach. >> i looked down and the only thing i see, i can't see the cuts because i see blood pouring down my leg. >> rescue crews believe he was attacked by a shark.
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his knee and ankle are now bandaged. he has 51 stitches. >> i was hoping i wasn't going to lose a leg or not be able to move my leg. i feel real lucky that i can still move my leg. >> i guess because where we live we don't think about it because it happens so rare. we're thinking almost impoifyuss to it. it's never going to happen to us >> no one ever saw the shark. not that anyone wanted tofplt but the fear of what's lurking in the water isn't going to stop caleb from going back out. >> i will eventually, just not any time soon. probably next summer before i do. >> so officials are still trying to figure out exactly what type of shark it was. so they took his board so they could analyze it. >> i bet he will want it back for bragging rights. >> coming up, the latest in final harry potter movies has been released. what you can expect. >> a new study showing your internet useage is being
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tracked including your personal information. what's the purpose of all that profiling? we'll explain. >> first, a look at last night winning lottery numbers.
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>> in this morning's consumer alert, whether or not you realize it your personal
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information is being collected on line with every single key stroke. >> from your age to income to how many children you have. >> so o who exactly is doing all the profiling? >> you would never know it just by looking at collin sitting in his neighborhood coffee shop surfing the net that he recently moved to the bay area from montana. no you wouldn't no it. but there is a company. one that he has never heard of. >> i'm from great falls, montana. >> that same company also knows collin's hobby is fly fishing and that he has been thinking about buying some jewelry. >> jewelry down here? >> yeah. >> have you bought jewelry? >> yeah. >> also knows two tables over, they like motor cycles. >> in the market for video games? >> yes. x box games.
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>> blue kye for the record is just one company involved in the growing business tracking what you buy, what you search for and sometimes simply what you look at on line. the website allows you to see what it has collected. the information is then padged up and auctioned off to internet advertisers looking to better target the ad. meaning if you happen to be looking at jewelry one day and a jewelry ad pops u up, it's probably not a coincidence. >> how do they get this information? just by visiting the 50 most popular web sites more than 3,000 pieces of third party tracking if he can noling are downloaded on to a users computer. some of it simple, some complex. almost all of it without the user's knowledge. >> it's very unusual to find
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sites that don't have this kind of third party tracking embedded in them. >> peter, a staff technology with san francisco's electronic fron tier foundation. >> most people have no idea this is happening. and when you show them evidence of the information that has been collected about them, their jaws drop. it's quite horrifying to realize that someone you've never heard of knows all this stuff about you. >> well, not about you exactly. about your computer. the data collection industry is quick to point out all this information is tied to an identifying number, not a name. what's more they say, there is a net benefit to all the data collection. namely, ads on your computer you might actually care about. >> the main stream uses of tracking on the internet support the experience that consumers want to have. and that the consumer would not have as mitch an experience without them. >> but privacy advocates have
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seers concerns that there is -- serious concerns. what if one day it ends up not in advertiser's hands but a boss, a spouse, or an insurance company. >> the possibility that those things might happen freaks people out. and i think with good reason. >> which is why the electronic fron tier foundation is asking the government to step in so that companies who already know an awful lot about you don't learn more. >> stay with us there's more news coming up. who doesn't love a good bar of chocolate. but how about a boat? one man has set sail. we'll show you this. >> coming up on sports, not the most ideal situation for a kid to make his first career start at quarterback. but he gets the job done.
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>> tall order on tap for a kid making his first career start at the university of maryland. at least they had beautiful weather. danny oh brian, not only is he
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dealing with a ankle sprain but also with an offensive line that's patchwork. he gets his start against florida international, a team that's pretty good. played a couple contests thus far. great catch. hangs up with a touchdown. tie it is game at 7. ensuing kickoff. goodness gracious. what a hit. look at the runner goes backwards. now, continuing to shine for maryland. forced a punt. there goes tony logan. number 85 going how many? 85 yards. maryland taking a 14-7 lead. effective throwing the ball for much of the game. he threw for 250 yards, 27 of them here to carry bicycleance two touchdowns on the day. he also got some help on the
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ground game. very much quiet in the season to this point. finally he's making some noise. great step burst through the tackles. and derrel will not be caught. 56 yards. for some reason, excessive celebration for a little bit of high step. bad penalty. terps get to win. now, 3-1 on the season. the orioles north of the border yet to win a game at rogers center all year long. only two chances left. the game tied. untying it. solo shot at 22nd. 4-3 orioles. the jays come back with a home run. they have more than anyone else in major league baseball. tying it 4 to the 11th. mark anderson giving it up. that's a walkoff. solo shot. 5-4 your final for the series finale later today.
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one last chance for baltimore to find a way to win. game day for the ravens. coming up tonight with a look at the ravens and browns game. tonight, a full half hour on ravens wrapup tonight after sunday night football. we'll see you then. >> the harry potter band wagon has come rolling back with the release of the full trailer for the first part of the final film. >> first part won't be released until november, but it's sure to be another lucrative part of one of the world's most successful brands. >> our world has faced no greater threat than it does today. >> and so the most successful money spinning wizard on the planet is back to help out. harry potter returns in november, nine years after jk rowling's book hit the big screen.
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>> there these are dark times. >> but they're also very lucrative times. >> people became addicted to it but i also think she started to write more filmic books in a way. and when she was starting to write the book which was in this film, she did say this is a bizarre road movie. >> but you cabinet fight this war on your -- can't fight this war on your own. >> his fight against lord baltimore mo more as the -- volt more. >> i must be the one to kill harry potter. >> the wizard's fights next july, the potter franchise is sure to live on. >> one french chocolate maker proves that the sweet treat can also set sail. they launched this 11.5 foot
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chocolate boat at a port in france. the vessel was equipped with a sail and engine. it did several turns on the water as hundreds of people looked on in the crowd. he created the boat on a bet. but there's no word on how long it took before it sanction because it doesn't look like -- sanction. >> do you want to eat that? >> i don't think so. >> well, coming up here's a look ahead to our next hour. >> the ravens will be kicking off in a few hours. what are you going to make? we'll show you how to make tail gating healthy. well, healthy. and if you're looking to space up your home. >> decorating ideas for you even if you don't have a huge budget. lots of things to spice things up. >> and in honor of football season we will share some gear to get your pet ready for the
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game. ravens style. your pet is probably cringing right now. >> all that and more. >> with the implementation of early voting, casting a ballot has never been easier. but surprisingly, whether it is
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simple pli an inconvenience or another pi, less citizens are exercising their right to vote. this season we hear the common excuses about work, weather, or lack of candidates. but even with the opportunity to take advantage of early voting, only 24% statewide turned out with only 2.4% voting early. it is the lowest turnout since tracking turnout started. a reminder on why each vote counts may seem simple but probably necessary based on how few went to the polls and how some races were ever so close. we would like to remind you that in politics as in life nothing should be taken for granted. with polls showing a tight race for governor, congressional races, and the opportunity to elect representations, none of us should forego our right to vote. choosing not to vote is virtually the same as giving your neighbor or a stranger
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bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. >> live, local, and late- breaking,this is wbal tv-11 news in hd. >> we will get to our top stories in a moment, but first look outside with our meteorologist. >> it might rain a little bit,
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but i think the fans will be happier than if it was a 95. it will cooll off. -- it will cool off. clouds, cooler temperatures, and rainshowers in the forecast. most of it is off in the west and suburbs, through frederick. a few sprinkles headed into howard county. to the east-northeast. so the forecast, mostly cloudy with a chance for rainshowers, the high temperatures in th sevee 70's. >> a big story this morning. the baltimore ravens are playing at home today and local fans and businesses are thrilled. >> with all of people, comes an influx of purple pride. >> soon tens of thousands will
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pack the stadium to see the ravens play the browns. traffic might be difficult, but once you get here, businesses will be very happy. >> of baltimore has been awaiting this home opener. >> it is not just fans that cannot wait, but the businesses that benefit from the tens of thousands that will flock downtown to see their favorite . fly home for the first time this season. wants to see some real meat on the bones of their profits. >> i am that much more excited. >> more evident, baltimore's economy heavily depends on the ravens. a study estimated that ravens home games in 2006 helped generate roughly $260 million dollars in sales statewide.
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>> people come downtown early, they go into restaurants. it is just a whole new world. >> but fans have to get there first. traffic is expected to be jammed more than usual thanks to construction and lane closures on downtown arteries. public transportation might be a good option and mta says it is a good time to get used to the new charge carm card. >> just touch the card and go and your fare is automatically deducted. >> you can get a charm card at cvs or giant and it is interchangeable with the d.c. metro's smart trip card. >> you can catch the new york jets tonight during sunday night football, followed by 11 news.
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we will have extended ravens coverage in our wrap up. >> the search continues for a man believed that shot another man yesterday morning. shots were heard before 5:00 a.m. in the 3400 block of keyword avenue. at last check, the man was in critical condition after being shot in the chest. no word of a possible motive. police have arrested a 40 year- old for another shooting that sent a 34 year-old to shock trauma. according to police, wallace shot the victim just after 530 yesterday morning. no word on a possible motive. will be held in honor of yardley run. they are raising money for new
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fields in yardley love's nam e. dr. carla hayden, the executive director of the library, will be our guest later this morning. if you have a question, send it in to sunday questions @wbaltv.com. coming up, fall is here. >> we will share some special recipes that take the foods you love to a healthy level. >> but first, a live picture from skycam. up next, with your
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>> now york 11 insta-weather- plus forecast. >> the morning, everyone. the time is eight minutes after 7:00. we do have some rain coming in from the west. 66 degrees at the top of the hour. we have a north wind at 8 miles per hour. the temperatures will be a lot
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cooler today that the last couple of days. the temperatures, as you recall, on friday and saturday hanging around 90 degrees. now we will head back in the other direction. hd doppler picking up some rain in the western suburbs, and frederick county. and looks like we have precipitation around baltimore, but that stuff is not hitting the ground yet. all that stuff will trip up the -- will drift up the i-95 corridor. we will take a look at the satellite imagery. the clouds have been picking up the the last couple of hours. you might get along sunshine to start the day, but eventually it will cloud over. that will hold the temperatures back. we will probably stay in the low 70's. it will feel more like autumn to date for sure. 57 at the top of the hour.
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69 in annapolis and 61 degrees in rising sun. maybe just adding 10 degrees to the temperatures, topping off in the low to mid 70's. mostly cloudy with a chance of rain shower. winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour. kickoff for the ravens game is at 1:00. there will be a chance for showers during the game. i am not sure if it won't rain the whole game, but at some point you will see a little bit of rain during the game. mostly cloudy skies tonight, a chance for rain once again. the temperatures will drop back into the upper 50's and low 60's. tomorrow, that will bring a warm front to the mid-atlantic. with that front in the vicinity, we will have rain and the forecast again for monday. keep that in mind. give yourself a little extra time for the monday morning commute. a 60% chance for rain on monday with a high near 72.
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i still think there is a chance for a shower or thunderstorm on tuesday, with temperatures in the mid 70's. wednesday looks like a nice day. another front comes through on thursday. that should set up a chilly weekend. overnight lows in the 40's. >> covering the nation this morning, authorities in washington state are investigating the police involved shooting of a pregnant woman. police say they were carrying out a drug raid when they came across a woman who was nine months pregnant. that did not stop her from trying to escape out the bedroom window. one officer fired a shot. she was hit in taken to a local hospital or family members say she went into labor. doctors tried to delay the birth. the officer who fired the shot has been placed on administrative leave. four colorado listed as injured after a shooting at a private
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party -- four college students are injured after shooting at a private party overnight. ryan thompson reports. >> news spread that a 19 year- old had died. >> issues like my sister. i called my sister. -- she wa s like my sister. >> the shooting happened just after midnight. >> just a lot of kids try to have a good time. >> a man tried to crash the party, was hustled out the door, and one student said a man told everybody to give me the bank ger. >> the guy came back with a gun. >> four others suffered less serious injuries, a two students
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at seton hall university. moore, whose mother lives in virginia but grew up in tennessee, was a biology major, and an honor student. >> i do know she was [unintelligible] that is the one thing i know, she really enjoyed ... >> after a night time prayer vigil attended by hundreds -- >> you could hear people sobbing in the background. >> a lot of crying. and from police earlier -- >> this investigation will continue around the clock. we will leave no stone unturned until the individuals involved in this are brought to justice. >> and that was brian thompson reporting. one thing university made clear is it has no authority to
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regulate off campus parties. minnesota got hit with six to 10 inches of rain on thursday. this is along the raging canon river. bridges have been closed until they can be expected -- inspected. numerous houses in nearby towns were flooded. the governor declared a state of emergency in 34 counties. >> covering the world, the first of three capsules a build to rescue 34 miners arrived yesterday. it is 10 feet tall on the outside. from the inside, only 6 feet by 21 inches across. the bottom of the capsule holds compressed air, which is about
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enough for 90 minutes. three drills continue to work to open up of whole wide enough to accommodate the capsule. the 33 men have been stuck in their mind since august 5. they are expected to be rescued sometime in early november. a swedish swat team detained a man after a bomb threat. it was on its way to pakistan from canada. the man was a canadian citizen of pakistani origin. no weapons were found on him and police let him go after questioning. >> the ravens will be kicking off their first home game later today. but how does your favorite teams stay in great shape? in this morning's "sunday brunch", we will share some of those to die for recipes.
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>> it's 7;17. we have an interesting medical alert. we are talking about tailgating. some healthier choices. all this looks so good. it's hard to believe it can be good for you. >> a lot of it is and it is from local companies. starting with a beer. as you are talking strategy, you have to choose a baltimore's best beer. i paired this with -- on east bratt street. crabs, crab balls, and wings. >> that would be easy to pick up and eaten. >> and they cater. >> you have never cracked crabs
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on a tailgate? >> you do not have to clean up too much. another beer, which i paired with hamburgers that i seasoned. turkey burgers. >> lean, mean. you have some on our demo grill. you coat each side of the burger with seasoning. i also have a fat-free hot dogs. >> they might be healthier. moving on down here, is this the same as pirates? >> loose canon beer. pirates beer i paired with
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pirates booty. giant is the official supermarket of the ravens. the other good things for kids is that it is the glue and for it., trans fat free -- gluten- free, trans fat free, and it has half the fat of regular potato chips. >> for kids you do not want to drink soda on game day, you came up with some solutions. >> these versions have half the calories of regular juice. you also need that water spacer. if you are saving calories, you need to save them for caroline's cupcakes. this cupcakery is in lo cuc point.
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she has bacon french vanilla. >> you might have to be drinking for that to be good. >> if you are drinking, she has of guiness chocolate. save calories with the pirates, the vegetables, and then you can indulge. >> you can check out our website. here is a look as some of the events going on around town.
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>> fall is a great time to decorate your home. rahman is the education director for a.c. moore. pretty table. >> this is my favorite time of year. i love coming into our stores, a lot of inspiration with all the colors and the leaves. it is time to bring everything
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out, see what you have in your house. come in the store and spruce things up. >> a wreath. >> the nice thing about reitz is that you can take a plane one or take ones that are pre-decorated -- wreaths. the nice thing is is that this is a stand that you can raise and lower so that you can have this in your house or you could have a right outside your door so not to have it on your door. >> that's pretty. >> we have all lot of these artificial mums, which for some people is easier to take care of, and the hay bales, and the artificial pumpkins. >> these are vibrant and beautiful even though they are not real. >> if you decorated, you can
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carve into these and do different things and it will last for one year to the next. that is what is nice about this. a tip for your home is when you are setting things up, do things in odd numbers, 3, 5, 7. it gives you a nice presentation. going inside, you can have this little scarecrow you can put on your mantel. into these are just hurricanes. you can do the candles like i have here, but what i have here is artificial. they will not go bad. we have, an sec wrapped around this table, we have these garlands -- asyo you see wrapped around this table. you can cut them. >> can you use the leaves? >> they can go bad and they can mould.
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another nice thing is that you can change very easy just with a matte and a picture. we have done some things with stickers, ribbons, and paper punches. what is nice about the candles is you have to scent. the smell pumpkin pie, or apples and cinnamon. very inexpensive way you can get a kindle at a.c. moore and be able to get the smell of it. >> for more tips check out www.acmoore.com. this is your 25th anniversary. >> this week, a lot of fun stuff. >> there is much more news coming up when 11 news continues.
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>> live, local, and late- breaking, this is wbal tv 11 news sunday morning in hd. >> welcome back. >> we will get to our top stories in a moment. first, let's take another look outside. football fans, ravens fans. >> ready for a change in the weather. we will throw a little rain in the picture, and it will be cooler. it leased it will not be 95 degrees. keep that -- at least it will not be 95 degrees. keep that in mind. we can already see some rain in the western suburbs, moving to portions of frederick, carroll county, and even some rain in howard county. you'll see the direction of movement is to the northeast. if it is not raining at your house yet, it most likely will
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be. let's take a look at the forecast. mostly cloudy with a forecast for rainshowers. the high temperatures in the low to mid 70's. we will take a look at the forecast for the upcoming work week in a minute. >> time now for a look at what is coming up on "meet the press". david gregory joins us from washington with a preview. good morning. >> i have changed locations. i am in new york today. we have our big education nation coming up this week up at nbc news. we will debut all of that discussion. >> i am glad you got that in because everybody will be interested in that throughout the week. shifting gears right now, let's talk about the president. he took his act of the road with a town hall meetings. he was at the un. a new poll said that only 42% of americans approve of our he is
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handling his job. 54% disapprove. what can he do to turn things around? >> one he has got to connect to the fact that people are frustrated. former president bill clinton was advising him to embrace some of the painter around the country, try to deal with it and haead on -- deal with the anger. at this stage in the game, he has to take down his opposition. he needs to make the case that the republican alternative is not something viable for the country, for the economy. the republicans have the pledge for america. it gives them something to target in a more specific way in to join this debate. that is the attempt by the president and democrats around the country this week. >> let's talk about the pledge of for america campaign. how do you see it as a tool to take away the power from the democrats? >> if you go back to 1994 in the
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contract with america that was an effective framing of the debate, to say this is why you should put as a back into power. we have principles, an agenda. there is a reason to vote for republicans be on opposing the president's plan. having said that, there are a lot of questions it creates and does not answer. again, that is why democrats will pounce on it and republicans will have to defend it as well. the argument for it is that it provides of framing for how they want to leave. >> among other things is republicans say repealing the health care law would be the centerpiece of their agenda. now that people have a taste of what a lot is, how helpful could such an attack be? >> repealing health care will be difficult because of the math. even if republicans take over the house, you'd have to have a 2/3 majority to override a veto. it is just an argument for
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another -- there is disagreement among republicans about what it is they would want to redo. at this stage of the game on health care, politically it makes sense for republicans to say this is a behemoth. government passed this huge entitlement. it will be a huge cost. is it really going to help? they might be able to seize on some of that disaffection over health care and the economy by railing against it now appeared >> thank you for the inside. we will keep an eye and education nation this week. >> thank you. >> do not forget that you can watch "meet the press" later this morning at 10:00 falling 11 news at 9:00. spca joins us with a pet looking for a home. >> rain is on the way. cooler temperatures, classic
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>> now your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast for >> the time is 37 minutes after 7:00. 67 degrees downtown at the inner harbor. barometric pressure at 29.99. we can see some rain it just off to the west. that will be the dominating theme as we head to the next couple of days. cooler temperatures and often nine chances for rain. -- off and on chances for rain. this is moving to the east. even though we have dry conditions are run baltimore right know, if you are going to the ravens game this afternoon, this will catch up to us into the early afternoon hours. plan on some rainshower activity
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if you are going to the home opener. the clouds are picking up over the last few hours. probably a little bit of sunshine on the eastern shore counties, but the clouds will thicken up as we head through the day. the temperatures in the upper 60's an. we should be able to sneak into the low 70's later this afternoon. mostly cloudy, with much cooler temperatures. high temperatures between 71 and 76. a big change from the nine depots. if you are going to the game, 1:00 kickoff, it should be around 72 degrees. there is some chance for some rain showers, and north- northeast wind at 10 miles per hour. the temperatures will drop back into the upper 50's and low 60's tonight. tomorrow, an area of low pressure will move a warm front through the mid-atlantic region. with that in the vicinity, we will keep a chance for rain in
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the forecast. you might want to plan and giving yourself extra time monday morning. the showers may continue on tuesday. there could even be a thunderstorm. then everything should sweep off the coast. and i stay on wednesday. another low front on thursday with a chance for showers. that could cool things off for the weekend, with high- temperature is only in this 60's. overnight lows in the 40's. over to the news desk. >> in this morning's education alert, it has been two years since marylanders opened its first public boarding school. >> is number one priority is to prepare those students for college. >> the seed school open with just 80 schools from 13 maryland school systems. the sixth, seventh, and eighth graders, students who live and learn on campus. >> the ability of our kids to
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adjust to a boarding and are meant. especially our new incoming sixth graders, have done a great job of moving on campus and being away from home and their families. >> the administrators say they are committed to improving students' social and abbott -- academic skills, and that is become evident during and after school. >> some students are taking to math class is or to reading class is to ensure they have the skills to be successful once they get to high school. >> the state board of education has the final say on what students need to learn. >> i think the enthusiasm of the students, the fact that they come from a diverse background and the first school system, the fact that parents are looking for their best for their children. >> the best beyond the gates of the boarding school and as they make the transition to a traditional high school. >> that is an incredible program. they are doing great things.
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stay with us. the spca joins us with a pet looking for a good home. >> here is a look at last night's winning the lottery numbers.
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>> live from television hill in baltimore, wbal tv news continues. >> look at that face. how could you not want to take this a dog home? katie, introduced us. >> this is little heaven. chihuahua.0 month old schwa >> with that ear flopped over? outstanding. a little team spirit for the puppies. >> we know the ravens are playing today and the orioles are still playing. you have to have the ravens
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jersey. that is important for every pet, cat or dog. a wonderful scarf that comes in all different kinds of sizes. >> for around the neck. not like a bandana? >> around the neck. you must haveyou your collar and your leash. and a t-shirt. she's a big fan. >> give me a price range. >> anywhere from maybe a couple of dollars for your halftime football to maybe $10 for a t- shirt. we have the 2011 orioles had calendar. -- pet calendar. >> pet calendar. great ideas. how can somebody adopt heaven? >> she is available for adoption
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today. we are open from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on sundays. even if she is not the dog for you, we have so many animals looking for homes. 8836.e phone is 410-235883- thank you for coming in. i am sure that heaven will get a call. >> i thought his name was kevin. >> that is a great dog. >> good dog. >> we will be back and cooking up some of the ravens favorite meals. >> it smells so good. plus, tony has another look at plus, tony has another look at the forecast.
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four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again
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tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do.
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>> we are few minutes away from show."uansunday "today
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>> nbc news begins a national conversation about what can be due to it -- done to improve education in america. we will speak to the oscar- winning director of the new film "waiting for superman." then a megachurch in georgia will give its pastor the time to speak for the first time since it was revealed that he may have lured young men. speaking of films, a lot of them are being made in an unlikely location. we will tell you about a down and out american city getting new life from hollywood. >> time now for "sunday brunch". joining us is classic catering,
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the official caterers for the ravens. >> this is the executive chef for the ravens. >> what would you make today? >> today will make a chicken and vegetable lasagna. >> nick, do you thing. >> we use cottage cheese instead of ricotta cheese. it is lower in fat. he will add some parmesan cheese to it. we always add fresh herbs to it, a little garlic. >> already sprayed the pan? >> we use no boil lasagna noodles, which makes it easier. you can find that at your grocery store. >> you do not have to boil the regular noodles, either. >> he will begin by layering the lasagna.
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we make our own mayor there and at the ravens, but you can buy americaa marinara. >> the no boil -- >> the noodles would stick. it keeps it moist. we add a little more marinara. we like to make a thick lasagna. >> who is the hungriest player on the team? >> i think cody. we tried to give them good food, good, high-quality food. they eat a lot of high protein, fish, chicken. a lot of fruit and vegetables as well. he is a later rain at the grilled chicken that we did -- l ayering the grilled chicken. and a little bit of salt and
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pepper. you want to have flavors on each level. >> with football players, you want to constantly have food. >> constantly. we serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and sometimes a snack at night. >> what will they have on game day? >> they give them a lot of carbs and high protein. they have grilled chicken, pancakes, something that will fill them up and keep them to the next four hours until they can eat again. when they are on the road, we supply the plane with food. they will have a menu and we package it up and it goes on the plane. once they are on the road, the hotel feeds them. >> you don't make snack boxes? >> no. that is the chicken, roasted
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vegetables, and cheese. >> i did not see the cottage cheese. uh-oh. >> missed a step. >> that could be the fir thing or the last thing. >> there is no rhyme or reason to it. is g to eat ishink he'd a tuna melt. >> what about the coach? >> john harbaugh, sea bass that we do. >> while he is finishing that up, let's tell people how to get a copy of the recipe. go to our website, wbaltv.com. or send a self-addressed,
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stamped envelope. he is almost done. >> the finished product. >> once he is done, put it in the oven for how long? >> for about 30-40 minutes. for the last couple minutes, you want to add the cheese on top. >> do you cover it? >> for the first 40 minutes, you want to cover it. once it is done, let it rest for 10 minutes so you can cut it. >> it looks like a salad. so healthy. >> which raven loves this dish the most? >> i think the coaches love this the most. >> we will get some more secrets when we come back at 9:00. tony? >> there will be a little bit of rain around this morning. it will not be raining constantly during a game, but there could be passing showers.
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the high temperature of about 74 degrees. i am starting to think we need a caterer for the newscast. the official 11 news caterer. >> thank you for coming in. nbc's "today show" is up next. >> the race for baltimore city
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state's attorney is one of the most expensive races ever. bernstein defeated the incumbent in a hard-fought and close race for the democratic primary election. the first woman states attorney spent 15 years working to engage in educate the community on criminal justice commune. it has impacted our city and our state. no, bernstein has promised to take personal responsibility for prosecuting violent criminals. he vows to target repeat offenders and make this city safer. those are lofty goals in a city where violent crime does not take a holiday. a fresh start with a new prosecutor is a chance for all entities of the criminal justice
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system to work together. as he implements his vision, it will not only take the prosecutor's office, but police and all the support services for the unified goal of making baltimore a safer city. although he will not when the office until november 2, he has unofficially won the job and all of the challenges that come with it.
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